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May 13, 1988 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-13

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Supreme Court Halts
Deportation of Awad

Jerusalem (JTA) — Against
the backdrop of continuing
tension in the West Bank and
Gaza Strip, Israel's Supreme
Court ordered an indefinite
stay of deportation orders
against Palestinian activist
Mubarak Awad. The ruling,
which stated that Awad may
not be expelled until the legal
procedures in his case are
complated, was announced as
the justices prepared to begin
hearing Awad's appeal last
Monday.
But the court also ruled
that the 44-year-old Awad
will remain in custody until
a final decision is rendered,
even though the prosecution
argued that his continued
presence in Israel posed a
security danger. The Jeru-
salem-born, naturalized
American was to have been
deported on orders signed by
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir in his capacity as act-
ing interior minister.
The court order was a set-
back -to the government's
efforts to oust Awad. But it
relieved American pressure
on Israel to cancel his depor-
tation. All parties now will
await the ruling of the high
court.
That, in fact, was the posi-
tion the U:S. State Depart-
ment expounded. If the
"government of Israel feels
that he (Awad) has been
engaged in illegal activity,
then he should be allowed to
defend himself' in a legal pro-
cess, department spokesman
Charles Redman said in
Washington.
The prime minister's office
charged that Awad was one of
the main instigators of the
five month-long Palestinian
uprising in the administered
territories, and said he poses
a danger to the security of the
state and public order. It
charged that terrorist organ-
izations fund the Center for
the Study of - Non-Violence,
which Awad founded in 1985,

when he returned to East
Jerusalem after spending 15
years in the United States:
In the West Bank and Gaza
Strip, meanwhile, details
were scarce about the conti-
nuing sporadic violence.
Three Arab youths were
wounded by an Israel Defense
Force patrol in Tulkarm. The
IDF ordered all schools in the
West Bank closed until June
8; they were to have reopen-
ed soon after a four-month
closure.
Disturbances were reported
at the Shati refugee camp in
Gaza. Several camp residents
suffering from tear-gas in-
halation and beatings were
admitted to the Shifa hospital
there. The curfew was lifted
in Rafah, at the southern end
of the Gaza Strip. A curfew at
the Jabalya refugee camp re-
mained in effect.
Charges were filed in the
Gaza military court against
eight residents believed by
the security authorities to be
leaders of the Palestinian
uprising in the territory.
According to the charge
sheet, 10 Gazans conspired
earlier this year to compose
and distribute a series of
leaflets signed by the
clandestine unified command
of the uprising, calling for
disturbances, to boycotts
and other forms of resistance
to Israeli authority. Two of
the 10 have since been de-
ported to southern Lebanon.
The Israeli civil administra-
tion in the Gaza Strip has
decided to invalidate the iden-
tity cards of all adult resi-
dents of the territory — about
300,000 persons. The stated
purpose is to tighten control
over the population, which
has slipped since the Palesti-
nian uprising began five
months ago. New ID cards
will be issued only to
residents who submit proof
that they have paid all dues
and taxes and are not wanted
by the authorities.

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Jewish Underground
Warring Against Le Pen

Paris (JTA) — An
underground group calling
itself the Jewish Combat
Organization has declared
war on the extreme right-
wing National Front headed
by erstwhile presidential can-
didate Jean-Marie Le Pen.
It claimed responsibility for
four bomb attacks and break-
ins Sunday against National

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FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1988

Front clubs and associations
in the center of Paris.
The small, homemade
bombs, which were inserted
in mailboxes, hurt no one and
caused only minor damage.
But one passerby was injured
slightly in a clash, police
reported.
The Jewish Combat
Organization attacked two

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